Hololive Kazama Iroha figure by Claynel
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Hololive Iroha Kazama Figure Will Appear in 2025

Claynel revealed its new figure will feature the Hololive Vtuber Iroha Kazama. Pre-orders for the figure have also opened on multiple web stores with an MSRP of 27,500 yen (~$176.50). The figure will be available in Japan and other select countries in 2025.

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The 1/7 scale figure will have a total height of around 270 mm (~10.63 inches), from the pedestal’s base to Iroha’s ponytail ribbon. The figure set will also include Iroha’s mascot tanuki Pokobee and the Chakimaru sword.

Here are some of the sample images for the figure:

The regional availability of this figure will be limited. While most Japan-based stores will only ship the figure domestically, there are some stores that can bring the figure outside Japan, although not all countries are covered. People residing in the U.S. or Canada can place orders on Good Smile Online Shop U.S. Meanwhile, Amiami supports a wider range that covers most countries in the Americas and the Caribbean, as well as the U.K., Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand.

Hololive Vtubers have had numerous figures modeled after themselves. Good Smile Company has particularly revealed a large variety of figures ranging from the Pop Up Parade figure of Amane Kanata to the figma action figure of Kiara Takanashi.

The 1/7 scale figure of the Hololive Vtuber Iroha Kazama will be available in 2025.

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